So much happens here in a week's time, it's possible to miss some of the happenings and news.
To make it easier, each Monday "The Week That Was" will be posted to give an update on what transpired.
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- Rutgers coach Kyle Flood confirmed a series of position changes in his pre-spring press conference, highlighted by junior Jeremy Deering moving back to wide receiver.
- Other moves include Jawaun Wynn to defensive end, J.T. Tartacoff to safety, Sam Bergen to fullback and Quentin Gause back to linebacker.
- Flood also announced a series of key injuries in his press conference that would lead to absences in spring practice from some of the top players in the program.
- Receiver Mohamed Sanu stole the show at the Rutgers Pro Day with his 40-yard dash time. After an admittedly embarrassing run at the NFL Combine, Sanu exploded with two times in the 4.4s.
- Running back Joe Martinek had the best 40-yard dash time of Pro Day, running a 4.40.
- Rutgers sent off a series of verbal scholarship offers this week including Eastern Christian (Elkton, Md.) duo Wendell Smallwood and cornerback Jahmere Irvin-Sills and McKeesport (Pa.) duo Ed Stockett and Hodari Christian.
- Council-Rock North High (Newtown, Pa.) defensive end Curtis Cothran is focused on three schools. Earning a Penn State offer this week, Cothran also named Rutgers and Maryland in his three.
- Pierce Junior College (Los Angeles) outside linebacker Marcus Jenkins-Moore holds a Rutgers offer and told ScarletReport.com that he would like to visit Piscataway this summer before making a decision before the start of his season.
- Offensive lineman Mike McGlinchey verbally committed to Notre Dame.
- Tackle target Sadiq Olanrewaju verbally committed to Virginia.
- Rising sophomore forward Gilvydas Biruta will transfer out of the program. Biruta has no chosen destination at this time.